Bodegas Valdemar

Bodegas Valdemar

About Bodegas Valdemar

Bodegas Valdemar serves as one of the most renowned wine estates and cellars in the Oyón town in the province of Alava in Spain. The origin of the winery dates back to 1889, accumulating over 130 years of rich history. The initial story began with Joaquín Martínez Bujanda, the founder and first-generation owner of Bodegas Valdemar.

Joaquín was skilled in the art and craft of winemaking as he gained experience by producing wines in his native town of Oyón. He passed on his knowledge to Marcelino, his son, and Jesús, his grandson. They followed suit by performing and working in the same manner. In the 1980s, Jesús and his son of the same name set up and established Bodegas Valdemar. 

Today, the fifth and fourth generations of the family manage and handle all operations of the Bodegas Valdemar. Hence, Jesús Martínez Bujanda and his children, Ana and Jesús, oversee the winery. They work hard and toil to improve the existing systems and all the attributes of the wine they produce. They aim to create and develop novelties that provide a distinguishable yet personal touch in the industry. 

The vineyards owned by Bodegas Valdemar remain nestled and located among the Rioja hillsides. It leads to the development of distinct and fresh aromas in the terroir. The winery uses approximately 300 hectares of land to plant the vines and grow the grapes. They utilise top-quality grape varieties such as Graciano, Garnacha, Viura, Maturana Tinta, Tempranillo Blanco, Tempranillo Tinto, Sauvignon Blanc, Mazuelo, Verdejo, and Viura. 

The wines produced by Bodegas Valdemar are of the highest quality. They stand out from the other drinks of the same kind because of their innovation and creativity. They present an exquisite sense of meticulous work and efforts that start from the vineyards and end in the cellars.

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